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The elimination of recoil using compression damper technology represents a major advancement in varmint, bench rest, target and tactical shooting platforms. The physiological and psychosomatic results of pain caused by a strong recoil pulse are well known to shooters. http://www.chuckhawks.com/column6_flinching.htm A .22 Long Rifle .223 / 5.56 or, 22-250 can be a pleasure to shoot all day long. .375 H&H or .416 Rigby are hard hitting, high energy magnums and are best taken in small doses or completely avoided. A gun support system or shooting rest using compression damper technology synchronized to the gun’s recoil characteristics will make this type of magnum rifle manageable.
The Black Gun® Machine Rest (http://www.hyskore.com) features a dual rail frame design that allows pistol grips and extended magazines to comfortably fit between the rails. One low resistance, 100mm stroke compression damper is mounted to the outside of each rail providing a balanced, progressive reduction in recoil and then returns the gun to battery after each shot. A pair of adjustable coil springs, at the rear of the rest, allow for precise tuning of recoil resistance. If the compression dampers are removed, the springs will accommodate .17HMR or .22LR recoil pulses. The gun can be fired directly off the shoulder or clamped in the included vise and fired utilizing the remote hydraulic trigger release. The vise is easily removed to reveal a platform that is ideal for a user supplied shooting rest bag. This type of shooting rest is now seen at shooting ranges all across the country. Whether reloading ammunition, deer hunting, or target shooting this is the perfect shooting rest. Turkey hunters using shotguns shooting high energy turkey loads will welcome the recoil reduction feature when test firing their guns to identify shot patterns.
Progressive recoil pulse reduction is critical to maintaining the structural integrity of the gun stock, bedding, and rifle scope. Guns are designed with the knowledge that recoil will be progressively absorbed by the mass and flexing of the shooter. If this didn’t happen the recoil contact surfaces in the gun stock would enlarge, possibly breaking the stock, and almost always creating extra clearance that can turn a sub M.O.A.
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The BGMR produces results on paper targets that are repeatable up to the full potential of the rifle and ammunition's capability. Repeatability is of great importance in synchronizing ammunition to the twist rate of a rifle's barrel and for reloading ammunition. It goes without saying, that consistent results are necessary to properly sight in or zero a rifle scope.
A key component of the Black Gun® Machine Rest is the compression damper, which is a steel tube with a smooth interior and sealed at one end. A piston with gas tight seals mounted on a shaft moves within the tube. The shaft is supported in a bushing in the open end of the tube. Dry pressurized nitrogen gas is pumped into the space ahead of the piston. The pressure of the gas determines the resistance of the device. When pressure on the piston compresses the nitrogen it raises its temperature converting the kinetic energy caused by the recoil pulse into heat energy. As the piston travels energy is continuously bled off, progressively absorbing the recoil.
A full range of compression dampened, recoil attenuating shooting and tactical / varmint rests is available from HYSKORE® , http://www.hyskore.com. The line up consists of the DLX Precision Sighting Rest, the Dangerous Game® Machine Rest, the Ten Ring® Shooting & Varmint Rest, the Dead Eye® Tactical & Varmint Rest, the Black Gun® Shooting Rest, and the Black Gun® Machine Rest. These are fully supported on the HYSKORE® website with instruction manuals, target down loads, and both demo and tutorial videos. Most importantly, these advanced shooting rests are affordable to the average shooter.